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Which of the following comorbidities are responsible for the lesion appreciated in the image below?
A 68-year-old man with an unknown past medical history presents with language difficulties. His spontaneous speech is non-fluent. He has anomia and difficulty following complex tasks, but intact repetition. A solitary lesion in which of the following regions can present with these symptoms?
Which of the following best describes the clinical features seen in transcortical motor aphasia?
Which of the following arteries supplies the head of the caudate nucleus and the anterior limb of the internal capsule?
Which of the following vessels that supply the thalamus originates from the P2 segment of the posterior cerebral artery and supplies the lateral geniculate nucleus?
A 19-year-old woman was brought to the emergency department after a rollover motor vehicle accident. On arrival, she was intubated and sedated for respiratory failure secondary to pneumothorax. Examination revealed intact brain stem reflexes and decreased spontaneous movement of the left side of her body. Her axial head CT scan is shown below. What is the most likely diagnosis?
A full-term male is having a routine awake and sleep EEG performed because of episodes concerning for possible seizures. These episodes were first noticed four days after an uncomplicated vaginal delivery. On the video EEG recording, you notice a violent jerking of the limbs followed by sustained stiffening after a phone rings loudly in the room. What is the most likely diagnosis?
Which of the following medications is associated with the occurrence of reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome (RCVS)?
A 67 y.o. female with HTN and atrial fibrillation on coumadin was in the Neuro ICU in a comatose state after a large intracranial hemorrhage. After a couple of days of monitoring, she had a new finding on her physical exam that prompted stat imaging, which showed signs of uncal herniation. Surgery was not performed due to goals of care preferences, and she, unfortunately, passed away from her ailment. An autopsy was requested. The image below shows compression on a cranial nerve from the herniation. Through which anatomic structure does this nerve pass to exit the skull?